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Samsung Wireless Headphones
Add some high-tech magic to your Hi-Fi with these amazing Samsung wireless headphones. Thanks to a partnership with AKG, Samsung wireless headphones are equipped with top audio drivers as well as the usual technological wizardry that all Samsung products enjoy. Check out OnBuy’s range now.
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Looking to buy Samsung Wireless Headphones?
Samsung are technology experts, so you can trust that their wireless headphones are some of the best around. Thanks to our verified sellers we have plenty of Samsung wireless headphones to offer. Samsung wireless headphones are available at a variety of price points to suit all budgets.
Different types of Samsung wireless headphones
You’ll find plenty of amazing Samsung wireless headphones in this category, but how should you pick the right ones for you? Samsung wireless headphones can be divided into two different groups: on-ear headphones and over ear headphones. Which one you should buy depends on what you want from a pair of Samsung wireless headphones.
On-ear and over-ear Samsung wireless headphones are very similar in many respects - they both have large headphone cups that play music close to your ears. But their slight difference in shape is very important. On-ear headphones sit just on top of your ears, leaving parts of your ears open to the environment. Over-ear headphones completely cover your ears.
On-ear headphones tend to be smaller and lighter than over-ear headphones, and their cups are easier to rotate and fold away than their larger cousins. That means these are the more portable Samsung wireless headphone types. However, over-ear headphones provide better noise isolation, and may be more comfortable depending on your preferences.
Why are there so many AKG headphones in this category?
You may have noticed that there are a selection of headphones from Austrian audio company AKG in this category. That’s because AKG has been owned by Samsung since 2017. Although the two brands are dedicated to different technological industries, Samsung occasionally contracts AKG engineers to make headphones dedicated for use with Samsung’s phones and other devices.
These AKG-Samsung wireless headphones are great if you have a bunch of other Samsung devices. Their sonic profile has been tailored to sound good on other Samsung equipment. Even if you don’t own other Samsung gear, you should still consider picking up a pair of these headphones. AKG is a celebrated brand and you’ll be guaranteed a dependable pair of headphones. For a great selection of standalone cans from AKG, take a look at our AKG headphones category.
Frequently asked questions about Samsung wireless headphones
Can I connect my Samsung wireless headphones to a TV that doesn't have Bluetooth?
Your best option is to use a Bluetooth adapter. These are devices that act as an extra aerial for your TV, letting you pair it with your Samsung wireless headphones. You can find plenty of these dongles for good prices in our headphone adapters category.
How do I connect my Samsung wireless headphones to my Samsung TV?
Put your headphones into pairing mode and enable the Bluetooth function on your TV. Once enabled, it will scan the surrounding Bluetooth devices that are ready to be paired. Once it's found your headphones select their option on your TV's menu and chose the 'pair' option.
Which Samsung wireless headphones are ideal for a TV?
You'll need some adaptive noise-cancelling technology to turn down distracting noises and allow you to enjoy your film or TV show uninterrupted. Most Samsung wireless headphones come with long battery lives and an ergonomic fit with memory foam to make them comfortable and easy to wear. Overall, you need to consider your needs and budget and choose the headphones according to these.
Can I listen to FLAC audio files with Samsung wireless headphones?
FLAC stands for Free Lossless Audio Codec. It's a type of computer audio file that's famous because it offers 'lossless' audio playback, a much higher sound quality than you could possibly get from a compressed MP3 file. Most phones can play FLAC files but wireless headphones present a problem, as Bluetooth transmissions are fairly compressed, which defeats the point of using FLAC files. However, some of the latest Samsung wireless headphones can connect to your devices using transmission protocols other than Bluetooth. If this is an important factor for you, make sure to check the full list of product specifications before placing an order.